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Synonyms for frequent

Synonyms for frequent

to visit regularly

Synonyms for frequent

do one's shopping at

be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place


coming at short intervals or habitually


frequently encountered

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The researchers found that people working in the arts, design, entertainment, sports and media were most likely to report the highest adjusted prevalence of frequent physical distress, frequent mental distress, frequent activity limitation and frequent overall unhealthy days.
Eighty-seven percent of frequent flyers think that the Transportation Security Administration is doing either a poor or fair job in performing
The Frequent Business Traveler GlobeRunner Awards recognise the world's best airlines, hotels chains, automobile manufacturers, car rental agencies, luggage manufacturers, and travel websites.
This knowledge includes the number of occurrences for each frequent itemset, in addition to the mean and standard deviation of distances within these itemsets occurrences.
Thanks to the oneworldA membership, topbonus has become even more attractive for frequent flyers: holders of a topbonus status card have worldwide access to the oneworld airport lounges.
6%) of survey respondents reporting frequent mental distress or both frequent mental and physical distress (21.
Gulf Air's Gold Frequent flyer members, who are Batelco users, will be provided with special offers from Batelco on postpaid, smartphone and broadband packages exclusively, a statement said.
Frequent Flyer Services Inc, a US-based company that offers a network of websites, including BoardingArea.
The researchers used standard statistical techniques to estimate the impact of frequent drinking (with or without other drugs) on change in CD4 count and on viral load.
Charles Schumer is calling for a federal review of complaints by consumers that they are losing millions of frequent flier miles without notice in confusing agreements.
An analysis of I-Care data for May 2006-June 2008 on frequent ED users, defined as patients who made six or more ED visits in a quarter, showed these patients to be a heterogeneous and dynamic group, Dr.
Prior to this change, CBA Award members were only able to earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points through choosing to exchange CBA Award points.
Keywords: Database, Data Mining, Frequent pattern mining, Traversal approaches
Many reasons are advanced for this situation, including complications attributed to not understanding the materials, not attending class, and/or taking corrective measures as defined or identified by frequent quizzing (Chowdhury, Al-Share and Miller, 2005; and Kamuche and Ledman, 2004).
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